The BBC is looking for terrible singers for a new TV show – perfect if you wanna be on stage but have never had the talent!
I Can See Your Voice is the new show on the Beeb that is looking for completely tone-deaf singers and there’s cash up for grabs.
The new programme will spread out over eight episodes, with the aim of a team of two trying to win a cash prize for guessing who can and who can’t sing from a group of mystery singers in front of them.
The mystery singers will take part in lip-sync battles and offer entertaining clues to a panel of celebrity experts.
The expert panel will help the players whittle down the group of singers until there is just one left. This person will then perform a duet with a guest singer to reveal whether or not they can actually sing.
It’s really good news if you’re a bad singer though! The cash prize will be taken home by the contestant if a good singer is revealed – but the bad singer will take it home if they are revealed instead.
The BBC application page for the show reads, “Are you a BAD SINGER? Can’t sing to save your life? But think you have what it takes to convince people you are actually a brilliant singer for a chance to win a cash prize? Then we want to hear from you!
“I Can See Your Voice is a brand new, mystery music guessing game, that promises a whole new take on the singing gameshow genre as well as lots of music, comedy and play-along fun for the whole family to enjoy.”
If you think you’ve got the tone-deaf qualities it’ll take to win some cash apply here! You must be over 18 and apply before the deadline on August 14th.
And if you’re actually a good singer you can get involved too, by emailing email@example.com for an application form.
Educating Greater Manchester is returning to our TV screens for a brand new series
Can’t wait for this!!
There’s a brand new series of Educating Greater Manchester to be released this year.
After a huge success, the award-winning TV show returns to life at Harrop Fold School in Little Hulton.
It’s the first time the programme is heading back to the same school more than once, having already visited them back in 2017.
The previous episodes of Education Greater Manchester were scrapped from TV listings in the wake of allegations of ‘off-rolling’ against headmaster Drew Povey, who eventually resigned.
Later that year Harrop Fold was placed in ‘special measures’ by Ofsted, convincing Channel 4 to pull the plug on the series.
Since then Educating North West has been off our screens, however, series 6 has been confirmed and the crew are heading back to Little Hulton.
The new series will air November the 3rd on Channel 4, all episodes will also be available to watch on All4.
GMB sparks debate that 70s film Grease is actually really sexist
Not everyone agrees…
Good Morning Britain posed the question this morning ‘Is Grease sexist?’ and viewers are pretty fuming.
It comes after Olivia Newton-John brushed off claims that the film is sexist in the wake of the Me Too movement.
The legend that played Frenchie in the 70s movie, Didi Conn appeared on GMB alongside singer Susanne Shaw and journalist Olivia Petter who claims the film is sexist.
Olivia Petter argues that the film implies Sandy needed to ‘change who she is in order to be accepted’.
Speaking to The Guardian, Oliva Newton-John denies the claims saying: “It’s a story from the Fifties where things were different. Everyone forgets that, at the end, he changes for her, too. There’s nothing deep in there about the #MeToo movement.”
On GMB, Oliva Petter explained that the big reveal scene at the end of the film which shows Sandy matching Danny’s rock and roll leather style, is ‘the only reason why she does that big transformation…is to please a man,’
People have taken to Twitter to express their opinions. One wrote: “I’ve heard it all now. @GMB actually arguing that a Grease is a sexist film. Stop the world, I want to get off,”
Another added: “I actually can’t believe this Grease debate is even happening.”
A third said, “Honestly the most ridiculous debate- have you all forgot that Danny changed himself at the end too, or is that ok??”
A fourth one said ‘Grease is iconic, loved by generations’.
What do you think?
Nicola Adams makes history on this year’s Strictly as the first same-sex couple
Fans loved it!
Fans left speechless as she took stage on the BBC dance show on Saturday night.
The inspirational Nicola Adams became the first female amateur boxer to with an Olympic gold medal at London 2012 as well as becoming double Olympic champion following her second gold medal win in Rio 2016.
Not just that, she’s the first boxer in history to retain an Olympic title.
Now, making history again as she partners up with Katya Jones on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing to become the first same sex couple to ever be on the show.
In a previous interview, Nicola said “I’m a huge fan of the show and am thrilled to be part of something that holds such a special place in so many hearts.”
“I also wanted to thank the BBC for supporting me and making me the first ever all female-pairing; and it’s amazing to be a part of the movement for change, diversity and breaking boundaries in the entertainment industry.”
The judges were astounded by the pair and described their performance as ‘an absolutely joyful ray of sunshine’, leaving some viewers close to tears.
“Just had a little cry about how loudly and proudly herself Nicola Adams is and what a brilliant pairing this is,” said one viewer on Twitter.
Another fan said “Tonight Strictly taught us so much. There was cheer, innovation, safety, hope, sparkle and Nicola Adams. Thank you for making my little girls dance again. Hats off to every one of you @bbcstrictly.”